The staff in the department teach throughout the undergraduate and masters programmes. We are all actively engaged in research and supervise research students at all levels.
Dr Federica Barbieri University profile page
Federica is the MA TESOL programme director.
Prof Tess Fitzpatrick University profile page
Tess is our Head of Department. You can read an interview with her here.
Prof Nuria Lorenzo-Dus University profile page
Nuria is currently on sabbatical but still supervises research students.
Prof Jim Milton University profile page
Jim is responsible for research student admissions (PhD, M.Phil, MA by research).
Dr Vivienne Rogers University profile page
Vivienne is the undergraduate degree programme director and study abroad co-ordinator. She shares responsibility for the website and twitter account (@eng-lang-tefl) with Alexia Bowler.
Dr Chris Shei University profile page
Chris is responsible for the MA in Chinese Translation and Teaching.
Dr Cornelia Tschichold University profile page
Cornelia is our exams officer and responsible for academic misconduct.
We have a number of part time staff members or staff members who are based in other departments but who teach on our undergraduate and MA programmes due to their expertise in the relevant areas.
Dr Alexia Bowler: University Profile Page
Alexia teaches part time and is our undergraduate admissions tutor. She shares responsibility for the website and twitter account (@eng-lang-tefl) with Vivienne Rogers
Dr Giovanna Donzelli: University Profile Page
Giovanna works in the Italian department but also teaches two modules on Young Learners: one at BA and one at MA level.
Neal teaches on our undergraduate TESOL programme. He is an experienced English language teacher, CELTA trainer and also teaches for ELTS.
Fiona is part time with English Language and part time with ELTS. She is an experienced English language teacher, CELTA trainer and Cambridge CELTA assessor. She teaches on our TESOL programmes at BA and MA levels.
Dr Rob Penhallurick University Profile page
Rob works in the English Literature department and teaches a number of modules on dialect and the development of English, which are available to our students.